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r II £ IK I 13 l! .\ L' Ipsie Kulm— Using language m street towards Beatrice Worn! tending to a breach of tha peace—Dis!i issei I, Abraham Ameen — Uting languin street towards Joann i |ohnn tending to a breach of tlie peace "Dismissed 11.—James Dixon-—Feloniously wounding Priscilla Dizon, his wife with intent to maim. Committed for trial at January session of the Supreme Court. 13.—Robert I'hnmpson, Breach I h a License Act. 2s Bruce Minns-D o. as. lames Wallace—Breach Street I'riflic Rules. Ss. or 7 days. Robert A. A. Espie Breach Git'le \ct. is 6d I'liomas M. Knowles— I '•>. Distil issetl Kenneth Finlavson— Do. 2s; > Mr. |ames McCrnw Reeves, lafe Schoolmaster of Sandila ids Yillage, died this ;iftfi hour). (Cn.nmur.ical Gregory Tow u Eleuthera I) c 1 Jti) 1913 Monday the istol Dec was obrved by the members of >. Agues ( liurch .is a .lav ol Intercession for 1 uretgn Missions; Im ibis purpose a service was held .>i 7.30. a. m. \ Missionary meeting MMS held at 6.30. p in. At this meeting .1 lar^e attentive and reverent con giegat ion ttended. The Catechist sp illir;iim Johnson recited the mission hymn No ',' J A. \l. Winifred Johnson liymn 563, Charles JOIMISOII hymn 359 ICthrhla Johnson recited hymn 403 for S. Andrews Da\, Florrie Johnson sang "I low In inht 1 glorious!*pirits shine" with 1 I ac.-ninpaiiiiiii at. I lym s [60, 358, 303., 365, '.v.'ie Msed .il t'ais iif | \li-s Itf 1 th 1 lohns-in |i %  '• d al the organ, rhe good ord r thai was m.i ml. 11 lied thn \i. Ilout \\ as remaik ible. J 11. s TRINITY CHURCH Monday, Dec. 22nd, at 8 p.m Christmas Music. Mrs. Paine. Mrs. i'.i. Mr. Va 11. Pritt-hard. Rev. F. JPaine. Organist : Rev. I. Simps in, B. \. Silver ColltetUm in aid of I • rth Fund. IMPERIAL THEATRE Wednesday Dec 17 Bang's Burglar Alarm The Bugle Call For Her Sake The Ninth Commandment POUR EXTRA REELS GOOD PICTURES Prices 6 I 9 I. is. S. H. 0. CL'JTSAM ATTORNEY AT LAW i — OFFICE : t'OHNEU GK SlllHI.KV ANDFfl DHICK Sniu ra. REMEMBER.! No homo ws. or c.\n hi complete without ".Music" W E are nflVri e id Iliah Grade Pii -. PI iyei IV am is, I'I.IIIII ( ), .MI s, mid II Organs suitable f"r every home. Come! and see 1 >u> latest 1 ital and let us send one of these instiumenis rjtieel fn.ni factory i" home f-ir 30 days trial, \hsolutel) FREE for %  skiucChi o*e f<>i ymself.Oui instrumei 11 and lerun are the Best in the Worlil. mi: m-i\<; siwn Dilli \V. I-. \V. & Co. W E would ifurm all who appreciate a Good SmoW that we now have on hind an extensive Stock of II WAN \ CIG VRS, We guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havana and'Sumatrs \\ i i • is, and Havana Killers throughout. These Cigars an manufaotered on our premises by skilled workmen and preal pan is are taken to produce an article <>f sup ioi quality. The success we have met with in the past leads i unfidently to expect the palion;i"e of connoiseurs. J. L SAI NDERS A Co. Bav-Street. Tin. \.\s>\r ii \i.Mi \i\ IKM -I Ri i %  i\ %  J I ) 1. 1 \fanaanillo this week : ,\ LARGE \~^ >RIMF.N r OF Dry Goods m rxti fl '> bite Cotton, I. .ill. : |] I i in M.i i mii-i i io, LiiH (ii Is oi \l O nis \ ... Wool lllanki i • Ls eaters, huge 1 >/•' I luck TOM • %  !HI I tiapei Cloih, '. hifdn n's Fine Si I k j I la's and Caps, |{jl : While S i %  m aui Ma i ize. . \\I, 1 Velvet Ru I arije il ior size Crex Rn PI >in th 'i white glass I u ulid is it l En ived ,, p i. \ I rsj •; i I i V !-• •, %  large an I sm ill I'ea I rays, Pic> luies, anil lots of othet goods, '• st an I l.irgi st assortment of X .I VS KiVsiS; I'RKSEN r'.H l.i ln> Il ill at '.III' al Hive Sl< 1'. \[*n He idq Ii fur Furniture, M ittresves. Table and Bed Linen and HauseFurnishing Gopds, A. I'. Moire. Dec. 6, 1013. Market St. J. C. COAKLEY'3 PennyCigar "Ladysmith Brand" It is better than a 2d. Cigar elsewhere Try one and be convince of :ts excellent quality. Live Georgia Turkeys "Just here Per Frances £." from Miami Fla Price ls. 6d. lb Live weight Call up Phone 136 NOTICE I Gasoline S I \.\l)\kH ( i n CH'S '. isoleoe sohl in i; %  "I 5 a 11 Ions and upw nil I >i i>ne shiiling per c.ilinn .'i (i ii ijje Hi ing a Vessel fur small quaulii i< s. I )i i rn %  rn. y le had with "di um i n lien empiy Ri n Hie Fifth t ais -< il.l ..l s 1 1 ess 10 per i rut dis. count f. o. b. factory, R Cars also lliC)c|p i : i %  -. a w el Auto nn'>i!•• II I lii. \ cle supplles I epi :u st., c u. •. \ lindci oil an I \llli> I i i s| H .| -1.111 y. < .HI evrn -ill yU, Silk Evening Scarves, Beautiful Handbags Ilandsorrte Japanese Ci>> Genuine Irish Linens of all kinds. ChildretlS Hosiery Calendars AND GR€BTING POLDERS with VIIAVS OF NASSAU at SANDS' STUDIO DIOCESAN BOOK STORE. 1



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CO o if) u 0) •*H s ffmtw Nulllua addictue Ixitrrc In verba magiatri. Being bound lo nwear to the Dogma.* >f no Muster, VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wedneaday. December 17. 1913 No. 2> LEON E. H UUPI CH, rblTOR AND HKOPRIIIUII OFNCB 38 44 MARKET STKKKT Nassau N. P., BAHAMA*. I'. O. Bo It,:, PUBLISHED DAILY. Moii. lay, -Vednesday anrl Friday — single cop* {.I Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday — SIIIKIICop) 1(1 Weekly 4 }d Monlhlv is.4d Quarterlv 4 s. HalfYearlv 8 s. Veaily i f* PAYARLI IN ADVANCE. Advertising Retat! ^ix |ience per lii e foi Aral insertion : three pence per In e '•>r second inssrtioni and one penny per line for subsequent insertions. Advertisements under eiulit lines 4s. The Hon. Dr. F. A. Holmes, Speaker of the House of Assembly, died at half past fcur this afternoon Verily, Bahamians are tlie most patient And long suffeiing people on this fair eailli of ours. During the past summer the Ward Line Tender "Colonia" lias repeatedly developed defects %  mounting practically to a hieak down, and yet we find yesterday morning on the arrival of the "Vigilancia ', nn what we term the first trip of the wintet season, I hat the'lender is unavailable owing to another break-down, and the passenger* tumbled inlc the lighter "Brothers" and towed ashore. What promise does this give for the ensuing tourist season ? Suppose it had bten rough this morning and the shipcompelled to go to -..nth West May or Cock lanes anchorage, What ancxpeii. ence there would be for the passengers to tell other friends who may propose to follow them later. It is about time tint somebody should pull themselves together and realize their responsibilities to the public, and call upon the Waid Line to provide a proper tender for the tiansport of paattQ* gers from ship to shore. The "Colonia" is evidently unfit for service, and must be taken off, or, we say, at the risk of being considered; a bird of ill omen, some day in a rough sea there'll be a break down on thfl Bar and a lot of people drowned, and, then Goodbje to Nassau as a Winter touiist resoit. Vera fo gratiis. The Telegraph Cable which de veloped a "Fault" in June has become so uncertain in its working that nearly all messages are now being handled by Wireless telegraph, With very little delay. On the Florida siacour telegrams are transmitted to and received from the wireless station of the United States Navy at Jupiter. Navy Stations, ordinarily, do not accept commercial messages frim shore stations but, on the request of the superintendent" of telegraphs, nn exception is being made in the present instance, and during the uncerta.il. working of the cable. Arrangements are being made for the cable repair tug of Western Union Telegraph Company, at Key West, to proceed as soon as possi Die to Jupiter and make repairs. The "Fault" in the cable is close by Jupiter. In another column will be seen an advertisement of "Christmas Mu sic" to be given in Trinity Chinch on Monday next, when a silver collection, in aid of the "Kpworth" Fund, will be taken up. Hi Excellency the Governor and Mrs. IladdonSmith have intimated their intention of being present. The contributors to the pro gramme are tou well known to need any recommendation from us. We expect to be able to publish the Programme on Saturday. It is rumoured that a stale of riot exists at Wilson City, Abaco. The Commandant and twenty Policemen, left last night for Abaco. Among the passengers from New York yesterday was Mr. Green,the ManufCl of the Hotel Colonial. The Lighthouse Tender 'Carnaivon' arrived tins morning from the Leeward and Northern lightstations. There will be no Band Concert on the Library Green tomorrow. The Imperial Theatre is putting on a Special Programme for Friday night. 'The Knights of Rhodes' in three Reels, and the "Animated Weekly." Mr. Asa H. Plitchard will sing, on the occasion, "Oh dry those tears." "The Knights of Rhodes" pictures one of the most glorious exploits of Martial Christianity, and depicts wonderfully well one of those ancient scenes of the Cross against Paganisrr. This should not be missed. See to-morrow's issue for description of "Rhodes," and Advertisement. Prices is. 3d., is., and 6d. Secure seats eaily. The "Imperial" is giving a first class show this evening. See Advertisement. Up to the time of out going to Press—445—no Cablegrams had been received. IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT Deer. 9. Elizabeth Sands.—Concealment of birth. Remanded till 16th inst. Nathan Dean— 1. Profane and indecent language in street. las. or 10 days, 11. Drunk in Street 5s. or 4 days. Reginald Perpall—Loud shouting and using profane language in street. 10s. or 7 days James Smith —Breach Draymans Act. Mound in hisown recognisance in £1 to appear for senteuce if called upon. Richard Weech -Do. Do. Samuel Ash —Do Do. David Thompson —Breach Dog License Act. is. George Neely—Do is. Roger Adderley —Breach Street Traffic rules. 2s. od. Augusta Burrows-Profane and indecent language in street, 14 days. La fa vet te Lightbourn—Breach Street traffic Rules. 10s. 10 —Cyrus Armbrister—Larceny of an overcoat, value of 8s. goods and chattels of |an t Berry-Dismissed. Samuel Smith-III treating a fowl by breaking one of its wings • Dismissed. L


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Nulllua addictue Ixitrrc In verba magiatri.
Being bound lo nwear to the Dogma.* >f no Muster,
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. Wedneaday. December 17. 1913
No. 2>
LEON E. H UUPI CH,
rblTOR AND Hkopriiiuii
OFNCB 38 44 MARKET STKKKT
Nassau N. P., BAHAMA*.
I'. O. Bo It,:,
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Moii.lay, -Vednesday anrl Friday
single cop* ........ {.I
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
siiikIi- Cop) ........ 1(1
Weekly .........4}d
Monlhlv ......is.4d
Quarterlv ........4s.
HalfYearlv .......8s.
Veaily .......if*
PAYARLI IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Retat! ^ix |ience per lii e
foi Aral insertion : three pence per In e
'>r second inssrtioni and one penny per
line for subsequent insertions.
Advertisements under eiulit lines 4s.
The Hon. Dr. F. A. Holmes,
Speaker of the House of As-
sembly, died at half past fcur
this afternoon
Verily, Bahamians are tlie most
patient And long suffeiing people
on this fair eailli of ours.
During the past summer the
Ward Line Tender "Colonia" lias
repeatedly developed defects
mounting practically to a hieak
down, and yet we find yesterday
morning on the arrival of the "Vi-
gilancia ', nn what we term the
first trip of the wintet season, I hat
the'lender is unavailable owing
to another break-down, and the
passenger* tumbled inlc the lighter
"Brothers" and towed ashore.
What promise does this give for
the ensuing tourist season ?
Suppose it had bten rough this
morning and the shipcompelled to
go to -..nth West May or Cock
lanes anchorage, What ancxpeii.
ence there would be for the passen-
gers to tell other friends who may
propose to follow them later.
It is about time tint somebody
should pull themselves together
and realize their responsibilities
to the public, and call upon the
Waid Line to provide a proper
tender for the tiansport of paattQ*
gers from ship to shore.
The "Colonia" is evidently un-
fit for service, and must be taken
off, or, we say, at the risk of being
considered; a bird of ill omen, some
day in a rough sea there'll be a
break down on thfl Bar and a lot
of people drowned, and, then Good-
bje to Nassau as a Winter touiist
resoit.
Vera fo gratiis.
The Telegraph Cable which de
veloped a "Fault" in June has be-
come so uncertain in its working
that nearly all messages are now
being handled by Wireless tele-
graph, With very little delay.
On the Florida siacour telegrams
are transmitted to and received
from the wireless station of the
United States Navy at Jupiter.
Navy Stations, ordinarily, do not
accept commercial messages frim
shore stations but, on the request
of the superintendent" of telegraphs,
nn exception is being made in the
present instance, and during the
uncerta.il. working of the cable.
Arrangements are being made
for the cable repair tug of Western
Union Telegraph Company, at Key
West, to proceed as soon as possi
Die to Jupiter and make repairs.
The "Fault" in the cable is close
by Jupiter.
In another column will be seen an
advertisement of "Christmas Mu
sic" to be given in Trinity Chinch
on Monday next, when a silver
collection, in aid of the "Kpworth"
Fund, will be taken up. Hi Ex-
cellency the Governor and Mrs.
Iladdon- Smith have intimated
their intention of being present.
The contributors to the pro
gramme are tou well known to
need any recommendation from us.
We expect to be able to publish
the Programme on Saturday.
It is rumoured that a stale of
riot exists at Wilson City, Abaco.
The Commandant and twenty
Policemen, left last night for Aba-
co.
Among the passengers from New
York yesterday was Mr. Green,the
ManufCl of the Hotel Colonial.
The Lighthouse Tender 'Carnai-
von' arrived tins morning from
the Leeward and Northern light-
stations.
There will be no Band Concert
on the Library Green tomorrow.
The Imperial Theatre is putting
on a Special Programme for Fri-
day night. 'The Knights of Rhodes'
in three Reels, and the "Ani-
mated Weekly." Mr. Asa H. Plit-
chard will sing, on the occasion,
"Oh dry those tears."
"The Knights of Rhodes" pic-
tures one of the most glorious ex-
ploits of Martial Christianity, and
depicts wonderfully well one of
those ancient scenes of the Cross
against Paganisrr. This should not
be missed. See to-morrow's issue for
description of "Rhodes," and Ad-
vertisement. Prices is. 3d., is., and
6d. Secure seats eaily.
The "Imperial" is giving a first
class show this evening. See Adver-
tisement.
Up to the time of out going to
Press445no Cablegrams had
been received.
IN THE
MAGISTRATES COURT
Deer. *
9. Elizabeth Sands.Concealment
of birth. Remanded till 16th inst.
Nathan Dean 1. Profane and
indecent language in street. las. or
10 days, 11. Drunk in Street 5s. or
4 days.
Reginald PerpallLoud shout-
ing and using profane language in
street. 10s. or 7 days
James Smith Breach Draymans
Act. Mound in hisown recognisance
in 1 to appear for senteuce if
called upon.
Richard Weech -Do. Do.
Samuel Ash Do Do.
David Thompson Breach Dog
License Act. is.
George NeelyDo is.
Roger Adderley Breach Street
Traffic rules. 2s. od.
Augusta Burrows-Profane
and indecent language in street, 14
days.
La fa vet te LightbournBreach
Street traffic Rules. 10s.
10 Cyrus ArmbristerLarceny
of an overcoat, value of 8s. goods
and chattels of |an t Berry-Dis-
missed.
Samuel Smith-III treating a
fowl by breaking one of its wings
Dismissed.
L


r II IK I 13 l! .\ L'
I- psie KulmUsing language m
street towards Beatrice Worn! tend-
ing to a breach of tha peaceDis-
!i issei I,
Abraham Ameen Uting langu-
in street towards Joann i |ohn-
n tending to a breach of tlie peace
"Dismissed
11.James Dixon-Feloniously
wounding Priscilla Dizon, his wife
with intent to maim. Committed
for trial at January session of the
Supreme Court.
13.Robert I'hnmpson, Breach
I h a License Act. 2s
Bruce Minns--Do. as.
lames WallaceBreach Street
I'riflic Rules. Ss. or 7 days.
Robert A. A. Espie Breach
Git'le \ct. is 6d
I'liomas M. Knowles I '>. Dis-
til issetl
Kenneth Finlavson Do. 2s;
>
Mr. |ames McCrnw Reeves, lafe
Schoolmaster of Sandila ids Yil-
lage, died this ;iftfi hour).
(Cn.nmur.ical
Gregory Tow u Eleuthera
I) c 1 Jti) 1913
Monday the istol Dec was ob-
- rved by the members of >. Agues
( liurch .is a .lav ol Intercession for
1 uretgn Missions; Im ibis purpose
a service was held .>i 7.30. a. m.
\ Missionary meeting mms held at
6.30. p in. At this meeting .1 lar^e
attentive and reverent con giegat ion
ttended. The Catechist sp il Koieign missions, and the s P. G.
and mged ilie people to give, their
p:avers, and u oney, I if s nail] ; in-
ward mission work Mr. Joseph II.
Johnson gave nn address i.n the
same subji i t James Mm: is I -i] .1.
I', delivered an intetesti ig, a id in
struct ive address cm Light. &|>lir;iim
Johnson recited the mission hymn
No ','j, A. \l. Winifred Johnson
liymn 563, Charles JoImisoii hymn
359 ICthrhla Johnson recited hymn
403 for S. Andrews Da\, Florrie
Johnson sang "I low In inht 1
glorious!*pirits shine" with 1 I
ac.-ninpaiiiiiii at. I lym s [60, 358,
303., 365, '.v.'ie Msed .il t'ais iif |
\li-s Itf 1 th 1 lohns-in |i ' d al
the organ, rhe good ord-r thai
was m.i ml.11 lied thn \i. Ilout \\ as
remaik ible.
J 11. s
Trinity Church
Monday, Dec. 22nd, at 8 p.m
Christmas Music.
Mrs. Paine. Mrs. i'.i.
Mr. Va 11. Pritt-hard.
Rev. F. J- Paine.
Organist :
Rev. I. Simps in, B. \.
Silver ColltetUm in aid of
I . rth Fund.
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
Wednesday Dec 17
Bang's Burglar Alarm
The Bugle Call
For
Her Sake
The Ninth
Commandment
POUR EXTRA REELS
GOOD PICTURES
Prices 6 I 9 I. is.
S. H. 0. CL'JTSAM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
i
! OFFICE
: t'OHNEU GK SlllHI.KV ANDFfl DHICK
Sniu ra. _
REMEMBER.!
No homo ws. or c.\n hi com-
plete without ".Music"
WE are nflVri e id Iliah
Grade Pii.....-. PI iyei IV
am is, I'i.iiiii ( ), .mi s, mid II
Organs suitable f"r every home.
Come! and see 1 >u> latest 1 ital
and let us send one of these instiu-
menis rjtieel fn.ni factory i" -
home f-ir 30 days trial, \hsolutel)
FREE for skiucChi o*e f<>i ym-
self.Oui instrumei 11 and lerun are
the Best in the Worlil.
mi: m-i\<; siwn
Dilli
\V. I-. \V. & Co.
WE would ifurm all who appreciate a Good SmoW that we now
have on hind an extensive Stock of II WAN \ CIG VRS, We
guarantee our brand to he made of the finest Havana and'Sumatrs
\\ i i is, and Havana Killers throughout.
These Cigars an manufaotered on our premises by skilled workmen
and preal pan is are taken to produce an article <>f sup ioi quality.
The success we have met with in the past leads i unfidently to expect
the palion;i"e of connoiseurs.
J. L SAI NDERS A Co.
Bav-Street.
Tin. \.\s>\r ii \i.Mi \i\
IKM -I
Ri i i\' J I ) 1. 1 \fanaanillo this
week :
,\ large \~^ >rimf.nr of
Dry Goods m rxti fl '> bite
Cotton, I. .ill. : |]
I i in M.i i mii-i i io, LiiH
(ii Is oi \l O nis
\ ... Wool lllanki i
Ls eaters,
huge 1 >/' I luck Tom !- hi
I tiapei Cloih, '. hifdn n's Fine Si I k
j I la's and Caps, |{jl :
While S i m aui Ma i
- ize.
. \\- I, 1 Velvet Ru
I arije il ior size Crex Rn
PI >in th 'i white glass I u ulid is it
, l En ived ,, ......pi.
\ I rsj ; i I i V !- ,
large an I sm ill I'ea I rays, Pic>
luies, anil lots of othet goods,
' ' st an I l.irgi st assortment of
X .I VS KiVsiS; I'RKSEN r'.H
l.i ln> Il ill at '.III' al Hive Sl< 1'.
\[*n He idq Ii fur
Furniture, M ittresves. Table
and Bed Linen and HauseFur-
nishing Gopds,
A. I'. Moire.
Dec. 6, 1013. Market St.
J. C. COAKLEY'3
PennyCigar
"Ladysmith Brand"
It is better than a 2d. Cigar
elsewhere
Try one and be convince of
:ts excellent quality.
Live
Georgia
Turkeys
"Just here Per Frances ."
from Miami Fla
Price ls. 6d. lb
Live weight
Call up Phone 136
NOTICE I
Gasoline
SI \.\l)\kH (in Ch's '. isoleoe
sohl in i; "I 5 a 11 Ions
and upw nil I >i i>ne shiiling per
c.ilinn .'i (i ii ijje
Hi ing a Vessel fur small quauli-
i i< s.
I )i i rn. rn. y le had with "di um
i n lien empiy
Ri n Hie Fifth t ais - s 11 ess 10 per i rut dis.
count f. o. b. factory,
R.....Cars also
lliC)c|p i : i-. a w el .
Auto nn'>i! ii I lii. \cle supplles
I epi :u st.,c u. . \ lindci oil an I
\llli> I i i s|H.| -1.111 y.
< .hi evrn -ill y nient siiiu.^r drum \ith f.uwit hi
keep gasolioe, I'oms and sea
them.
Apply 'o
I. P. SIMM-;.
l, M.uket Street.
N'ov. 18, 1913.
ANNAE.RAE
Proprietress Of
The Vogue,
"Axx Bon Marche Stores"
and Bijou
A LARGE ASSORTMENT TO
SELECT FROM
LADIES Dr. ss Goods, in
Lustres, Sergi s, Ratincj
white and Colo ired Cor*
dings, Crepes, Crepons, Mar-
quisettes, lien jalines, Lands'
downes, Sj i Muslins, Em-
broidi red M tins, Velvets.,
Embroi lered Batistes, I'us-
sore Suitings, Embroidi
Flouncing /erall Embroi-
dery and 0v< ill Lace.
Laces and Insi i lions, Rib-
bons plain and fancy I.atesl
Style Belts I.ace Collars;
Embroidery G lla
Ladies White, Black,Pink,
Blue, I leliol. ipe, and Grey
Silk Stockings
Men's White, Black, ( I
Navy Blue, Al ce Blue, II' bo,
and Green Silk Sucks with
Silk Ties t m itch
Silk Shirts. Pyjamas
Ladies Supi i fine Silk I'.ira-
' >U, Silk Evening Scarves,
Beautiful Handbags
Ilandsorrte Japanese Ci>>
Genuine Irish Linens of all
kinds.
ChildretlS Hosiery
Calendars
AND GRBTING POLDERS
with
VIIAVS OF NASSAU
at
SANDS' STUDIO
DIOCESAN BOOK STORE.
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